Super Falcons goalkeeper Chiamaka Nnadozie has expressed delight, after helping Paris FC to a first-ever UEFA Women’s Champions League group stage qualification.
Nnadozie was in brilliant form as she inspired her side to a 2-0 win at Wolfsburg in the second round, second leg fixture on Wednesday.
Paris FC advanced into the group stage 5-3 on aggregate after the first-leg ended 3-3.
With the French club 1-0 up in Wednesday’s game, Nnadozie saved a penalty in the 61st minute.
“+3 CLEAN SHEET
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE GROUP STAGE
I GIVE GOD ALL THE GLORY,” she wrote on X.
In the first round tie, Nnadozie also made two penalty saves to help Paris FC knock out Arsenal.
She is expected to be in action for the Super Falcons when they take on Ethiopia in the second round of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games qualifiers.
The last time the Falcons featured at the Olympic Games was at the Beijing 2008.
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